Monthly Archives: August 2013

Neuronutrition: feeding the main performance organ…the brain!

For many decades scientists have been studying the heart and the muscle as being the dominant organs in human performance, but I never considered this to be the whole truth, I always thought the brain is where performance begins (or … Continue reading

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Watching the World Championships in Athletics.

One of the good things of getting older is that you have more to remember and to look back to. No, not that things were better in the past, on  the contrary, most things were worse, much worse. But I … Continue reading

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From fast food through happy meals to happiness.

As a coach of elite athletes I was forced to think about nutrition as a factor in performance and from an early stage. I have send hundreds of athletes to a special lab to test for nutritional deficiencies we tested … Continue reading

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